The Washington Post
A recent survey of marriage attorneys found that about 60 percent of lawyers polled are noticing an increase in the number of clients seeking prenups. Attorneys say that prenups are not for the wealthy. They are increasingly being used by young adults who want to address concerns about student loan debt, pre-owned business and to protect future income. Financial reporter Jonnelle Marte is working on an article about how the agreements are being used today. We’re looking to speak with couples who are married or getting married in the near future about their views on prenups.
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